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UPDATE: Healthy Hair Growth with African Hair Accel

 I promised an update on my journey with African Hair Accel. My first thoughts of these hair vitamins are still the same. I must admit, I have not been consistent with taking three pills per day. The maximum has been two. The reason for this is my eating schedule has been off. I’m going to get it back on track (don’t worry). I currently have my hair in Senegalese Twists as a protective style. Therefore, I won’t be able to give my final update until after I take them out. However, I wanted to give you a brief update before my final update.

My hair is relaxed with permanent color on it, which has grown out to the ends. I have been experiencing breakage and dryness. I moisturized my hair daily and kept it rolled up in hair rollers to keep me from having to style it daily. It worked out well, I was able to avoid heat styling and save time on my hair in the morning.  Despite the fact I was moisturizing before rolling my hair, my hair was still dry from the color. Dryness equals breakage. I deep condition every week and for some strange reason my hair just wasn’t having it (I switched up my products, review coming soon).  I put the Senegalese Twists in my hair once more, along with the fact I love them so much, to protect my hair from further breakage and to help with growth.

Due to the breakage on the ends of my hair, it appeared that my hair had gotten shorter than my starting length on the pills. I’m not altogether sure what was going taking place, but my hair just wasn’t cooperating for some reason. I will know for sure once I take my hair out of these twists whether or not my hair was just being resistant to the vitamins or simply shorter from breakage. I will note, my roots did appear thicker because I just kept thinking my relaxer retouch went south. Therefore, I really can’t say for sure the vitamins aren’t working.

I experienced a few breakouts on my face, but they weren’t excessive or too bad to handle. I was able to manage them effectively. The key to keeping the breakouts under control is drinking plenty of water.

Below is a picture of my starting point and my hair length before I decided to twist up my hair.

This journey is still in progress, I will let you know what my end results are. I will say this, my hair does look thicker in the pic on the right. Check back soon for more updates!

Peace and Blessings.

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Healthy Hair Growth with African Hair Accel

I just started this awesome relationship with African Hair Accel. Hair Vitamins that will help me to continue growing my hair long and healthy. I’ve been doing a lot of protective hair styling for a while now to help preserve my hair. I colored my hair a while back (CLICK HERE) and I had to amp up my hair routine to keep my my hair from going into hair breakage overload. I have experienced the side effects of having colored relaxed hair, but I have been able to successfully manage it and retain length.

I was introduced to African Hair Accel about a month ago. I just started taking them last week. I had my hair in Senegalese twists, and decided to wait until after I removed them to start using them. I can’t really give any full details on my experience. Hopefully after two weeks I will give a review to let you know my experience (mostly side effects).

African Hair Accel promises to do the following:

  • Grow your hair up to 2 times faster
  • Give your hair all the vitamins it needs to be healthy
  • Grow longer more beautiful hair in only 30 days
  • Stop hair breakage and shedding hair.  
You are supposed to take the vitamins three times per day with a meal and drink plenty of water throughout the day to avoid breakouts. This product does contain Biotin (vitamin linked to skin breakouts). So far, so good. My skin is still clear. 🙂
One review stated the following (as printed on their information card): 
“I love African Hair Accel. Within a week of taking African Hair Accel, my hair became softer. Will continue to buy”.- Aaryn
For more reviews (CLICK HERE)
I will say this. I agree with that review. I was running my fingers through my hair today and I thought dang..my hair feels ridiculously soft. I thought it was due to my recent relaxer (after a 4 mos. stretch) and conditioner cocktail, but this feels like a different soft. No product necessary.  When I post another update (more than likely middle of next week) I will be able to let you know for sure if softness is a result of taking the vitamins. 
For more information visit the site (CLICK HERE). 

My current hair length (Before starting Hair Accel):

 

Hair thickness and growth:

My hair has been growing from stretching my relaxers.                                                   

Stretching your relaxer like a pro (CLICK HERE)